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That all energy in a closed mechanical system is conserved, that is the energy cannot increase or decrease.
Energy can't be created or destroyed. The First Law of Thermodynamics is also known as the Law of Conservation of Energy.
. As work is performed on the planet Earth, excess energy is lost in the form of
What law states that energy can be transformed in different ways but can never be created or destroyed?
The concept of energy is one of the most fundamental concepts of science. This is the first law of thermodynamics and it is worth saying in several ways. (A) Energy is conserv…ed. (That is short and accurate answer but non-scientists are not used to the word "conserved" being used in this way. But, scientists use it to mean "Stays the same" all the time.) (B) Energy can change from one form of energy to another, but energy can not be created or destroyed. (This is a fundamental law of Nature and the first law of thermodynamics, that energy of a closed system can never change. Sometimes it is said that "the total energy of the universe is always the same." ) Discussion: Nature provides us with the Law of Conservation of Energy, whichever way you want to say it. It was about 400 years ago that science started to understand energy. At first it was only kinetic energy, the energy of motion, that was observed unchanged. Soon this was expanded to include gravitational potential energy. Later this expanded to other forms such as elastic potential energy, heat energy, chemical energy, nuclear energy, electrical and many other forms, including the famous "mass energy," E=mc2. How grand to know that the first law of thermodynamics says that we will never run out of energy. Alas, the second law says that Entropy is the problem and energy can not always be used to do work. Aside: There is a big discussion in cosmology now about "dark energy." This should not be confused with the possibility that maybe energy is not conserved. The truth is that cosmologists have no idea what this "dark energy" is and it is not even a sure thing that it is energy.)
The first law of thermodynamics which is closely related to the law of conservation of energy states that?
energy can be transformed in different ways but can never be created or destroyed.
The total energy of the universe is constant. It can change form but it will never increase nor decrease.
The first law of thermodynamics states that whenever energy is converted from one form to another, the total quantity of energy remains the same.
I don't think it's the law of momentum that's states that. It's the law of conservation that states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, but can change from one form …to another. The law of the conservation of linear momentum states that when the vector sum of the external foreces is equal to zero, the linear momentum of that system remains constant.
The Great Architect of the Universe created both the first and second law of thermodynamics which states that matter can never be created nor destroyed, it can merely be manip…ulated to change. Energy is lost in the conversion of matter as shared heat, and this adds to the entropy of the universe.
The Law of Conservation of Energy.
Is it false that the first law if thermodynamics states that energy transforms matter in different ways by creating and destroying it?
yes it is false ....apex
The first law of thermodynamics states that energy can be transformed, but not created nor destroyed. In a nuclear reaction, mass is transformed into energy.
The law of conservation of energy
The first law of thermodynamics states that the change in the internal energy of a system is equal to the difference in energy transferred to or from the systems as work and?
Assuming you are talking about a closed system, it is the difference in energy transferred to or from the system as work and HEAT.
Why is the conservation of energy an issue that people must deal with if the first law of thermodynamics states energy is not created or destroyed?
Because the second law of thermodynamics states that any use of energy always results in a decrease in the amount of "useful" energy.